LANGP – Laboratory of Numerical Applications of Research Groups

LEMCE- Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry by Electron Collision

Description: Research laboratory for the study of ionizing radiation and its interaction with matter both from the basic science perspective and for applications to the area of medical diagnostic imaging.

Coordinator: Prof. PhD. Danilo Almeida

Field of knowledge: Medical Physics and Atomic; Molecular Physics; Nuclear Physics and Statistical Mechanics.

LEM – Mossbauer Spectroscopy Laboratory         


Coordinator: Prof. PhD. Valderes Drago

Field of Knowledge: Condensed Matter Physics

LABMAG – Laboratory for Magnetism, Superconductivity and Electronic Structure of Solids

Description: Research Laboratory aimed at the preparation and characterization of new materials with promising potential in technological applications.

Coordinator: Prof. PhD. Clederson Paduani

Field of knowledge: Condensed Matter Physics

LFFS – Laboratory of Thin Films and Surfaces

Description: The laboratory of experimental physics is dedicated to the study of the growth of thin films, as well as their structural, electrical, magnetic, optical properties, etc. Research is also conducted on surface adsorption of organic systems.

Coordinator: Prof. PhD. André Avelino Pasa and Alexandre Da Cas Viegas.

Field of knowledge: Condensed Matter Physics

Multiuser Laboratory of X-Ray Diffraction

Description: The Laboratory of X-ray Diffraction (LDRX) was designed by a group of professors-researchers from the Center for Physical Sciences and Mathematics (CFM) of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) as a multiuser laboratory, within a project submitted to the agency Financier of Studies and Projects (Finep) in 2005. In this project, plans were made for the assembly of a computing “cluster”, improvements in the Laboratory of Astronomic Instrumentation and remote observation, in addition to the construction of a 500 m2 building to house the new research infrastructure.

Coordinator: Prof. PhD. Valderes Drago

Field of knowledge: Condensed Matter Physics

LabSiN- Laboratories of Nanostructured Systems


Coordinator: Prof. PhD. Maria Luisa Sartorelli

Field of knowledge: Condensed Matter Physics

LOOSA – Laboratory of Organic Optoelectronics and Anisotropic Systems

Description: Aimed at the study of anisotropic organic systems such as liquid crystals, polymers/elastomers and luminescent organic molecules, as well as in their application in optoelectronic devices e.g., OLEDs, OFETs and OPVs. Research is also conducted on biological materials for application in biosensors and bioactive systems.

Coordinator: Prof. PhD. Ivan Helmuth Bechtold

Field of Knowledge: Condensed Matter Physics

Laboratory of Síntese e Caracterização de nanoMateriais (LSCnM)

Coodinator: Carlos Eduardo Maduro

Field of Knowledge: Matéria Condensada and Mecânica Estatística.


Description: The Observatory occupies an area of 40m2 next to UFSC’s Planetarium. It has two 25cm telescopes: one of the instruments is dedicated to remote observations of the project entitled “Telescópios nas Escolas” (Telescopes in Schools) (CNPq, Fundação Vitae) and for tests of the project “Telescópios Robóticos de Pequeno Porte” (Small-sized Robotic Telescopes) (CNPq, Instituto do Milênio MEGALIT), and the other telescope is used for observation sessions open to the public in the extension project entitled “De Olho no Céu de Floripa” (Looking up the sky of Florianópolis).

Field of knowledge: Astrophysics

Center for Remote Robotic Telescope

Description: The Center has computers and devices to store the data required for remote operation and for management of operation and data collection by the robotic telescope.

Field of knowledge: Astrophysics

LATIS – Laboratory for Imaging and Simulations

Description: A network of computers is available for use by researchers, graduate students and novice researchers in the field of Astrophysics. In addition, a modern computer cluster is available to researchers in the fields of Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics and Atomic and Molecular Physics for numeric and parallel processing.

Field of knowledge: Astrophysics

AstroLab – Laboratory of Astronomical Instrumentation

Description: Description: Laboratory for the development of astronomical instrumentation (robotic telescopes and fiber optic spectrographs for small telescopes. (CNPq, Inst. MIlênio MEGALIT and FUNCITEC).).

Field of knowledge: Astrophysics

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